Top Pink Floyd Instrumentals
In addition to monumental songs filled with breathtaking poetic splendor, Pink Floyd certainly boast their ghostly but no less captivating progressive rock instrumentals. Sometimes people definitely need a little break from the hard-to-read, sometimes absurd lyrics, which, despite being an integral part of their music, sometimes leave a dark and aftertaste.
In Russian rock, the text is an integral part of the genre, without which the concept itself would not exist. "Instrumentals" of domestic rock musicians can be counted on the fingers, and even then, these melodies are more like unsuccessful experiments. Pink Floyd is also largely appreciated for poetry since the time of Syd Barrett. But the legendary band has melodies without words, striking in their depth, causing a storm of emotions. In these compositions, words would be superfluous. This is the quintessence of philosophy in its purest form, a stream of consciousness consisting of notes.
A playlist of Pink Floyd's ingenious instrumental tracks...
Obscured By Clouds (1972)
The title track of Pink Floyd's 1972 soundtrack album "Obscured by Clouds" is one of the greatest instrumentals of all time. This is essentially an experiment, using new analog synthesizers and recording methods at that time. Once listened to, it can sit in the head for several days.
Any Color You Like (1973)
Album The Dark Side of the Moon is one of the wonders of the world. And this track can easily put you in a trance.
Terminal Frost (1987)
The complex combination of guitars, piano and saxophone evokes the idea that this composition was written by an alien from outer space.
This track is perhaps the Olympus of creativity and creativity. An inexhaustible source of inspiration.
It's What We Do (2014)
This track is from Pink Floyd's farewell record. The Endless River maybe not the best on the album, but the intro is mesmerizing...